Ghanaian international, Richard Boakye-Yiadom starred for Red Star Belgrade in the UEFA Europa League first leg third round qualifying round as he banged in a goal and an assist to help his club defeat Czech side, Sparta Prague 2-0 on Thursday.
Boakye-Yiadom, 24, scored the first in the 13th minute to put the Serbian giants ahead before sending in a defence splitting pass tto Guelor Kanga from Gabon to slid in the second.
He was given a standing ovation when he was subbed in the 87th minute for Nikola Peric.
The Ghanaian international who have shown his masterclass since joining Red Star Belgrade put in another man-of-the-match performance to help Vladan Milosevic’s side take a strong advantage to the return leg at the Generali Arena, Serbia next week Thursday as they seek to reach the playoffs of the competition.
However, Ghanaian Abraham Frimpong who is also part of the Red Star Belgrade team was not selected for the game as he was left out of the matchday squad.